On 2nd November 2013, the College of Cognitive Behavioural Therapies (www.cbttherapies.org.uk) is holding a one day Workshop on Anger Management. You will learn to identify the difference between healthy anger and unhealthy anger, recognise the vulnerabilities in the thinking patterns that lead to unhealthy anger and its resultant destructive behaviour.
Ian Martin, Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapist and CCBT Lecturer, says “Anger problems sometimes plague the most even-tempered people, and ‘losing it’ is an experience which most of us have had, or have come close to having.”
You will learn how to use cognitive behavioural hypnotherapy to gain control of an emotion that can all too frequently seem to be totally out of control. Whether the anger is situational, as in ‘road rage’, or related to specific people, you will be able to kick-start the process of change and learn how to deal with problems and difficulties such business or family relationships that we all face from time to time.
The Workshop takes place at CCBT, 83 Baker Street, London. Registration is at 9:30am, start at 10:00am, finish at 5:00pm. To book call 020 7034 7049 or use the online booking form on the right of your screen.
You will learn about:
- Healthy anger and unhealthy anger
- Using the ABC frameworkCognitive
- Behavioural Hypnotherapy and treating anger problems
- Hypnotherapy treatment strategies
- Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapy scripts for anger management
- A session by session approach for treating anger problems
COST & BOOKING INFO: £85, includes tea, coffee and biscuits. Call 020 7034 7049 or use the online booking form on the right of your screen. Places are limited, and allocated on a first come, first served basis.
The workshop will be run by Ian Martin who is a lecturer for the College of Cognitive Behavioural Therapies (CCBT). Ian has worked extensively as a psychotherapist and hypnotherapist in a variety of settings. He currently works at the Priory Hospital, in Roehampton, and has private practices in both central, and south-west London.